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Jonathan Evans 7 years ago
Don't take time with loved ones for granted. This is a delight and so is John Paul Jones.
William Fenton 7 years ago
Canadian W P Kinsella's short love story to baseball, well made entertainment.
Andy Whitfield 8 years ago
Perfectly cast film that still tugs on my heartstrings every time.
Daniel Jones over 8 years ago
Costner's best performance? I believe so.
Camel's Bell over 1 year ago
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
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Daniel Duval 4 years ago
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Jeanette Ponce over 4 years ago
Field of Dreams is a 1989 American fantasy-drama film directed by Phil Alden Robinson and is from the novel Shoeless Joe by W. P. Kinsella. The film stars Kevin Costner, Amy Madigan, James Earl Jones, Ray Liotta, and Burt Lancaster in his final motion picture. Field of Dreams was nominated for three Academy Awards including Best Original Score, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Picture. While walking in his cornfield, novice farmer Ray Kinsella hears a voice that whispers, "If you build it, he will come", and sees a baseball diamond. His wife, Annie, is skeptical, but she allows him to plow under his corn to build the field. Nothing happens, and Ray soon faces financial ruin. Ray and Annie discuss replanting the corn, but their daughter, Karin, sees a man on the ballfield. Ray discovers that he is Shoeless Joe Jackson, a dead baseball player idolized by Ray's father. Thrilled to be able to play baseball again, Joe asks to bring others to play on the field. He later returns from the...
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